The Sigma Cine 50-100mm T2 is a rehoused cinema lens designed for PL-mount cameras and camcorders. Key features include:
Full metal housing
PL Mount. We carry this lens in several different mounts. This version is designed specifically for PL-mount cameras and camcorders.
Cine Style. The Sigma Cine 50-100mm T2 (PL) is a full re-housing of the Sigma 50-100mm f/1.8 DC HSM Art photo lens. That means all of the great functions of that lens carry over, while adding fully manual, geared control over focus, zoom, and iris; a standard barrel size; and robust metal construction.
That Build Quality Though. A factor so strong, we thought it deserved a second bullet point. Each ring on this lens is sealed, making it both splash-proof and dust-proof. Its markings are laser engraved and a luminous paint job helps you work in the dark.
Fast T2 Zoom. The Sigma 50-100mm bests the majority of cinema style zooms by a full stop. This enables stellar low-light shooting while providing full-frame style depth of field on a Super 35 sized sensor.
High-Quality Optics. As a part of Sigma’s Art lens line, this lens goes through Sigma’s rigorous A1 testing, ensuring high image quality. The 50-100mm T2 features a complex optical design that boasts 21 elements in 15 groups. These include three “F” Low-Dispersion elements, one Special Low-Dispersion element, and one high-refractive, high-dispersion element. This combination delivers great contrast and clarity while reducing chromatic aberrations and color fringing.
Telephoto Zoom. The 50-100mm focal length gives you coverage across a versatile telephoto range.
The Sigma Cine 50-100mm T2 is a re-housed version of their popular zoom lens for still photography, Sigma’s 50-100mm f/1.8 DC HSM Art. The two are optically identical, so why would someone pay 5 ti...
The Sigma Cine 50-100mm T2 is a re-housed version of their popular zoom lens for still photography, Sigma’s 50-100mm f/1.8 DC HSM Art. The two are optically identical, so why would someone pay 5 times as much for this one? There are actually several good reasons for choosing this lens over the still photography version; it is just not an objectively better choice.
Its housing is larger, with built-in gears, and accurate focus/zoom/iris markings for camera assistants. It is also more rigid, almost entirely constructed of metal. This means the lens should hold up a little better to abuse, staying optically accurate for longer periods of time without requiring maintenance; however, using that much metal also adds a lot of weight, making this version twice as heavy as the original stills lens.
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